Éamon de Valera Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

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Éamon de Valera

This Biography is about one of the best Former President of Ireland Éamon de Valera including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Éamon de Valera
Real Name Éamon de Valera
Profession Revolutionaries, Prime Ministers, Political Leaders, Presidents
Nick Name Eamon de Valera
Famous as Former President of Ireland
Nationality American
Religion Catholicism
Political Ideology Political party – Fianna (1926-59), Other political affiliations – Cumann na Poblachta (1922-23), Sinn (1916-22, 1923-26)
Personal life of Éamon de Valera
Born on 14 October 1882
Birthday 14th October
Died At Age 92
Sun Sign Libra
Born in New York City
Died on 29 August 1975
Place of death Dublin
Family Background of Éamon de Valera
Father Juan Vivion de Valera
Mother Catherine Coll
Spouse/Partner Sinéad de Valera
Children Vivion de Valera
Education 1904 – University of Dublin, Royal University of Ireland, Blackrock College
Founder/Co-Founder Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Fianna F¡il, Cumann na Poblachta
Personal Fact of Éamon de Valera

Eamon de Valera was an Irish politician and patriot, one of the leaders of Ireland’s struggle for independence from the United Kingdom. A major political figure in 20th century Ireland, de Valera had served multiple terms as the Taoiseach (prime minister), and the president of the nation at different points of time. He is also credited to have introduced the Constitution of Ireland.

He was born in America to a Spanish father and an Irish mother, and endured a very difficult childhood after the death of his father. He was then sent to live in Ireland with his grandmother. He grew up to be an intelligent and athletic young man who also evolved into a passionate patriot. He embarked on a career as a teacher and became involved in Gaelic revivalnational revival of interest in the Irish language.

He also joined the Irish Volunteers and played a very significant role in the anti-British Easter Rising in Dublin. He was a member of the Sinn party which was associated with extreme nationalist sentiment during the Easter Rising, and eventually became its president. Following Irish independence, he emerged as one of the most dominant figures in Irish politics.

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